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07/24/2008

Water Bottle Holder

Water_bottle Hi ......This tutorial will show you how to make a water bottle holders.  The bottle is 10 oz and I used a Crystal Light White Tea with Blueberry flavor packet (both found at Wal-mart).

Enjoy!

Stamps:  Think Happy Thoughts & Seeing Spots

Ink:  Bashful Blue & Celery

Cardstock:  Celery, Bashful Blue & Cutie Pie Designer Paper

Accessories:  Scallop punch, 1 1/4, 3/4, 1 3/8 & 1 1/2 Circle Punches, Silver Brads, Dimensionals, Tombow Liquid Glue & Chic Stand

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As usual, very cute! Thanks so much for taking the time to make a tutorial.

Thank you so much for this Tutorial! My birthday was yesterday, and I was trying to think of something cute to give back to those who thought of me on my bday! This is perfect! Have fun at the Convention! I won't be able to go until my daughter gets a lil' older. (she's 9m)
BTW... LOVE your ChicStand... my friend came over to Scrapbook the other day, and saw mine and now she wants one. I may have to order a couple to give out as RAKs!
Love your vids, you inspire me daily! Thanks again!
:o)Have a wonderful trip!
Laura

Angie - this is just so cute and so easy! I always have a bottle of water for each guest at my workshops and this is such a sweet way to jazz it up for something special! And..I actually have all the products you used so DH will be happy! Thank you as always, you are the best. Some time maybe you could do a little intro on the videos and show your happy smile! Hope the doctor's appt. goes ok and you feel better soon!
- Angie

This is a fabulous tutorial and I love stopping by your site to see what you're up to - so I've nominated you for an award on my site!!

Just wanted to let you know that I just found your website and am thrilled. You have great ideas and you do inspire me to craft more then I do. Your tutorials are wonderful. I look forward to many more!

Liked seeing a tutorial, but at the end when you are putting the packet of mix into the pocket... it's out of your video camera range and it doesn't show on the video..

just recently found your blog. I love all your tutorials!!! This project is awesome and I can't wait to make up an excuse to make these. What size is that scallop punch?

i enjoy your tutorials - I did go check my phone... lol - thanks for sharing - you have such pretty hands!

Super cute. What a wonderful swap idea! Again as always you make things look super easy, and it is like having a demo in my own house showing me step by step. Enjoy your time at convention. Bring back lots of ideas to share with us.

Stace

This was so much fun to do! I have my "back to school" gift for all my teachers! Thanks so much! Can you tell me the size of the scallop punch though? Thanks!
Sharon

Angie, I just love this project. It's so simple and easy yet it's a cute, thoughtful, and inexpensive gift to give someone.

I stumbled across your blog several weeks ago and after looking at your cards and watching several of your Stamp Academy videos, I was hooked and have bookmarked your site.

Thanks for taking the time to do this!

Priscilla

These are WONDERFUL! Birthday gifts, get well gifts, thank you gifts, just because gifts... too cute! Thanks for sharing. Always enjoy your video tutorials! (~:

I love your blog. Have used Stampin up... and Ctmh as well. Thanks. I will so be back to see what you are up to.

Angie, I just found your blog and Stampin' Academy and it is wonderful!! You have excellent videos and I am enjoying everyone.
I also just returned from convention and have to agree with you, it was wonderful. So many new ideas swirling in my head!
Sue

Angie, I just found your blog and Stampin' Academy and it is wonderful!! You have excellent videos and I am enjoying everyone.
I also just returned from convention and have to agree with you, it was wonderful. So many new ideas swirling in my head!
Sue

Angie, I just found your blog and Stampin' Academy and it is wonderful!! You have excellent videos and I am enjoying everyone.
I also just returned from convention and have to agree with you, it was wonderful. So many new ideas swirling in my head!
Sue

Angie I love all your tutorials you are so talented. I purchased the instructions for the milk carton from Inking Idaho but I am one of those people who understand better if they see someone do it. Could you do a demo on the milk carton I just can not seem to get the folds right on the top to fold in properly. Thank you so much.

I just found your blog and plan on sitting down this afternoon with a cup of coffee and watching your videos! This water bottle looks great! I think I'll make some to give to my son's bus driver on hot days! (It's only January now, but I'll make them now so I'm ready for the Spring!)

Thanks!

One thing I love using is a magic wand - otherwise known as a bingo wand (magnetic)
Helps me wave over the brads I drop
:)

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